Monthly Archives: June 2016

Professor Lazarus Files Supreme Court Brief

Professor Lazarus has filed a brief in the Supreme Court on behalf of St. Croix County, Wisconsin, in the case of Joseph P. Murr v. State of Wisconsin and St. Croix County. The case will examine the issue of regulatory takings under the Fifth Amendment. Specifically, the case addresses minimum acreage requirements on a stretch […]

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Peskoe Discusses Rooftop Solar with FTC

Ari Peskoe, Senior Fellow at the Policy Initiative, was a panelist at a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) workshop about distributed solar generation. Peskoe’s presentation focused on the role that state utility regulation plays in setting the terms and conditions for ratepayer adoption of rooftop solar. His thesis was that the one hundred year old utility […]

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Professor Broad Lieb to Discuss Harvard Food Law Clinic Work in Open Lecture

The Harvard Law School Open Lecture Series (HLX) will host a talk by Professor Emily Broad Leib, Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic, on The Future of Food: How the Food Law and Policy Clinic is Improving Our Food System. Professor Broad Lieb will discuss the work being done at the HLS Food […]

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Clinic’s Shaun Goho Authors Paper on the Legal Implications of Report-Back in Household Exposure Studies

Staff Attorney Shaun Goho recently authored a paper that was accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Health Perspectives entitled The Legal Implications of Report-Back in Household Exposure Studies. In a household exposure study, researchers sample the air or dust in a home and analyze those samples to determine the presence and concentration of […]

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